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    Curriculum Vitae: Peter B. J. Wu, M.D., M.P.H.

    EDUCATION / TRAINING / EXPERIENCES

    POST-DOCTORAL

    • August, 1998 Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at Palo Alto Medical Clinic
    • August, 1993 Assistant professor, Division of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at Department of Functional Restoration, Stanford University Medical Center
    • 1993 Jose Montero Award for excellence in teaching at Stanford University PM & R Residency Program
    • July, 1992 Acting assistant professor, Division of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at Department of Functional Restoration, Stanford University Medical Center
    • 1992 Intern and Resident, Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Case Western Reserve University/ MetroHealth Medical Center, Cleveland, Ohio
    • Surgical Resident, University of Hawaii Integrated Surgical Residency Program, Honolulu, Hawaii
    • M.P.H., Harvard School of Public Health, Boston,
    • 1986 Resident, Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, National Taiwan University Hospital, Taipei, Taiwan, R.O.
    • 1984 Director of 8964 Military Dispensary, Orchid Island, R. 0. C.
    • Military Surgeon at 824 Military Hospital, Taoyuan, Taiwan, R.O.C.

    GRADUATE

    • 1982 Medical College of National Taiwan University, Taipei, Taiwan, R.O.C. Doctor of Medicine

    MEMBERSHIPS

    • American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (Fellow)
    • American Association of Electrodiagnostic Medicine (Fellow)
    • California Society of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation

    LICENSURE AND CERTIFICATION

    • Diplomate of the American Board of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
    • Diplornate of American Association of Electrodiagnostic Medicine
    • Qualified Medical Examiner-Industrial Medical Examiner

    PROFESSIONAL SERVICE

    • Guest reviewer for American Journal of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 1998
    • Secretary-Treasurer, California Society of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, District 5, 1997 till present
    • Guest reviewer for Muscle & Nerve, 1994 till present
    • Contributing editor for Yearbook of Hand Surgery, 1994 till present
    • Anatomy instructor of neuromuscular system in dissection group at Medical

    COMMITTEES

    • Journal Committee for American Association of Electrodiagnostic Medicine, 1998
    • Education Committee for Stanford PM & R Residency, June, 1995-1998
    • Critical Pathways Adivisory Committee, Stanford Health Service, December, 1992 -
    • December, 1996
    • Utilizatrion Review Committee, Stanford Health Service, December, 1992 - December,1996
    • Pallidotomy Intervention Committee, Stanford Health Service, 1995

    PUBLICATIONS

    Wu PBJ, Robinson T, Kingery WS, Date ES: Thoracodorsal Nerve Conduction Study- Am J Phys Med Rehabil, 77:296-298, 1998.

    Wu PBJ, Neff J, Kingery WS, Date ES: Conduction Velocity Is Inversely Related To Axonal Length

    Wu PBJ, Neff J, Date ES.: Oonduction Velocity Is 16ersely Related To Axonal Length In the Median Sensory Nerve -Muscle & Nerve 21:262-263, 1998.

    Wu PBJ: Chapter:Soft Tissue Rheumatic Process Teraoka J, Wu PBJ: Chapter: Physical Modalities in "Primary Rheumatology- A Guide to Musculoskeletal Disease for Primary Care Physician" Editor-Edward Harris, MD

    Wu PBJ, Kingery WS, Frazier ML, Date ES: Polysegmental Innervation of the Medial Paraspinal Muscles -Muscle & Nerve 20:113-115, 1997.

    Wu PBJ: Chapter "Functional Anatomy of the Upper Extremity" in Physiatric Anatomic Principles Issue of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation: State of the Art Reviews 10:3, 587-600, 1996.

    Hui KCW, Sutkin H, Wu PBJ, Tingley S, Lineaweaver WC: Latissimus Dorsi Donation in the Handicapped. Proceedings 12th symposium, International Society of Reconstructive Microsurgery, Singapore, p159-161, 1996.

    Wu PBJ, Gussner C, Date ES: Correlation of EMG, CMAP and SNAP Amplitude Decrease in Mononeuropathies with Axonal Loss -Electromyography and Clinical Neurophysiology 36:405-409, 1996.

    Kingery WS, Wu PBJ, Date ES: An Unusual Presentation of a Traumatic Ulnar Mononeuropathy with a Martin-Gruber Anastomosis -Muscle & Nerve 19:920-922, 1996.

    Wu PBJ, Kingery WS, Date ES: An EMG Report of Lead Neuropathy 19 Years After a Shotgun Injury -Muscle & Nerve 18:326-329, 1995.

    Kingery WS, Park K, Wu PBJ, Date ES:Electromyographic motor Tinel's Sign in Ulnar Mononeuropathies at the Elbow -Am J Phys Med Rehabil 74:419-426, 1995.

    Wu PBJ, Jain S, Teraoka JK: Consistency of Care in Therapies and Patient Satisfaction in Inpatinet Rehabilitation - Arch Phys Med Rehabil 76:1026, 1995 (Abstract)

    Wu PBJ, Kingery WS, Date ES: Investigation of Lumbar Multifidi with Selective Nerve Root Stimulation -Muscle & Nerve 17:1107, 1994 (Abstract)

    Wu PBJ, Baig M, Kingery WS, Date ES, Huang S: Temperature Correction Factors Derived from Normal Subjects May Be Invalid in Demyelinating Npuropathies -Am J Phys Med Rehabil 72:369-371, 1993.

    Lu J, Wu PBJ: Rehabilitation of a Patient with Lead Neuropathy 19 Years After a Shotgun Injury -Arch Phys Med Rehabil 74:1260, 1993 (Abstract)

    Kosnett MJ, North W, Herzberg W, Wu PBJ: Bone Lead Concentration after Delayed Intoxication from Retained Buckshot -International Congress of Clinical Toxicology, September, 1993 (Abstract)

    Wu PBJ, Huang S, Russell K: The Dorsal Ramus Myotome: Anatomical Description, and Clinical Implication in Electrodiagnosis -Muscle & Nerve, 14:887,1991 (Abstract)

    Wu PBJ, Kelly CM, Huang S: Sensory Nerve Temporal Dispersion: Normative Data in Upper Extremity Conduction Study -Muscle & Nerve, 14:902,1991 (Abstract)

    Wu PBJ, Nafziger N, Huang S: Thermal Correlation of Motor Nerve Conduction Velocity in Patients with Peripheral Neuropathy -Arch Phys Med Rehabil, 199 1;9:829 (Abstract)

    Arceneaux S, Wu PBJ, Mentari A: Surface Diaphragmatic Electromyography and Potential Use in Hemidiaphragmatic Paralysis-Arch Phys, Med Rehabil, 1991;9:811 (Abstract)

    Huang S, Wu PBJ, Kelly CM: 'Me Collision Technique to "Purify" theSuperficial Radial Sensory Response: A Preliminary Investigation-Arch Phys Med Rehabil, 1990;9:793 (Abstract)

    PRESENTATIONS

    "EMG findings in the Lumbar Paraspinals; Implications for Diagnosis and Localization ofRadiculopathy"-St. Mary Hospital, January, 1998

    "Introduction of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation and EMG" -Rheumatology Conference at at Stanford Health Services, April, 1997

    "Overuse Syndromes of the Wrist"-Primary Care Continuing Education Program at the Student Health Service, December, 1996

    "GU and GI Problems in the Elderly: Overview and Management Guidelines' -Department of Pharmacy at Stanford Health Services, September, 1996

    "Lateral Epicondylitis" --Division of PM & R at Stanford, May, 1993

    "Consistency of Care in Therapy and Patient Satisfaction in Inpatient Rehabilitaion" -Forurn presentation AAPM&R, Miami, Florida, November, 1995

    "Post-stroke depression" -RMS at Palo Alto VA Medical Center, October, 1995

    "Cumulative trauma disorder" -General Medicine Lecture in the Department of Medicine: , April, 1995.

    -Faculty speaker: Workshop C: Workup of tarsal tunnel syndrome and foottankle nerve entrapment in "Electrodiagnosis: review and update & physical medicine techniques", sponsored by California Society of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Millbrae, March 16-17, 1995.

    "Neuropathology of Bladder and Bower' -Faculty speaker "Seminar for Bladder and Bowel Management" on CIRU, Stanford, October, 1994.

    "Collision Technique" -RMS at Palo Alto VA Medical Center, February, 1994

    "20 Year Old Female Ejected in Rollover" -Stanford Multidisciplinary Trauma Case Conference, June, 1993

    "Moyamoya Disease"-RMS at Palo Alto VA Medical Center, June, 1993

    "Natural History of Lumbar Spinal Stenosis" -Division of PM & R at Stanford, December, 1993

    "Illness Behavior in Low Back Pain" -Division of PM & R at Stanford, September, 1993

    "Rehabilitation after Cardiac Transplant' ' -Division of PM & R at Stanford, May, 1993

    "Corpus Collosotomy" -Division of PM & R at Stanford, March, 1993

    "Neurogenic Bladdee' -Stanford Spine Conference, February, 1993

    "Low Molecular Heparin after Hip Surgery" -Division of PM & R at Stanford, October, 1993

    "Cardiac Rehabilitation" -RMS at Palo Alto VA Medical Center, September, 1992

    "Brachial Plexopathy"-Guest speaker: Santa Clara Valley Medical Center Neuroscience Grand Round, October, 1992

    "Biomechanics and Physical Examination of the Shoulder -Dept. of PM & R at MetroHealth Medical Center, Cleveland, June, 1992

    Wu PBJ, Huang S, Russell k: The Dorsal Ramus Myotome: Anatomical Description, and Clinical Implication in Electrodiagnosis -Forum presentation AAEM, Vancouver, September, 1991

    "Review of Radial Neuropathy and Its Electrodiagnosis" -Dept. of PM & R at MetroHealth Medical Center, Cleveland, February, 1991

    Huang S, Wu PBJ, Kelly CM: The Collision Technique to "Purify" the Superficial Radial Sensory Response: A Preliminary Investigation -Forum Presentation Second Annual Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation

    Regional Research Conference, Chicago, September, 1990 -Forurn presentation AAPMR/ACRM, Phoenix, October, 1990

    "Ulnar Neuropathy at the Elbow" -Dept. of PM & R at MetroHealth Medical Center, Cleveland, May, 1990

    "Rehabilitation of Patients with Locked In Syndrome" -Dept. of PM & R at VA Medical Center, Cleveland, September, 1989